By Duncan Smith
President Donald Trump was impeached an unprecedented two times during his four-year term.
Neither one of them was for just cause; both were for reasons of political expediency, period.
The deep state that runs our country wanted him gone, and so operatives went out of their way to invent cause for impeachment.
Literally, invent cause.
Both were ultimately unsuccessful, but the efforts were enough to give presidential historians all they needed to write, truthfully, that so far, he’s the only U.S. president to be twice-impeached.
Beforehand, impeachment had been a rare thing indeed, but because Trump was such a legitimate threat to the order built over the decades by our intelligence apparatuses and the military-industrial complex, he had to go one way or another. It finally took stealing an election to get rid of him.
But his America-First legacy lives on in many of his one-time aides and advisers, including the architect of his highly successful immigration and border enforcement policies, Stephen Miller.
In an appearance this week on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program, Miller responded to the host’s suggestion that Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ought to be deploying his own National Guard forces to seal the wide-open U.S. border as the Biden regime continues to resettle hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants inside the U.S. — against our laws, against our wishes, and against the best interests of America.
Miller agreed but pointed out what Biden is doing to our country is actually an impeachable offense:
CARLSON: 'So there's very little — I mean, you have an organization that is using the law to try and stop this. It's happening in real-time, it's been happening for six months without the knowledge of the 320 million American citizens whose country this is, but there is someone who can stop it, and that's Greg Abbott, who's the governor of Texas, who commands the Texas National Guard, and of course, it's his border over which a lot of these people are coming. Why wouldn't he shut the border tonight with Mexico and stop this?'
MILLER: 'Well, I would argue that the appropriate constitutional remedy is Article IV, Section 4, which says that the government clearly has the obligation to protect any state in this country against invasion and domestic violence. It does not say that that has to be in the form of a nation-state actor. In other words, the Constitution doesn't say it has to be a state-led invasion. It's any large-scale, unwelcome, uninvited entry into a country. That, or into a state. That would provide the constitutional predicate for exactly what you're describing. I would also suggest it would provide the constitutional predicate for the Supreme Court, if they had the moral courage, to strike down this entire scheme, which is a blatant violation of our entire constitutional Republican form of government.
Let's be very clear. When Joe Biden put his hand on the Bible and swore an oath to take care of the laws we faithfully executed, to uphold, protect, and defend the Constitution, to ensure a Republican form of government to every state, he has violated every single one of those commitments. I will also add this: If that's not an impeachable offense, I can't imagine what would be.'
He’s absolutely right, of course.
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